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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, March 9, 1911. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1911 new1911030901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, March 9, 1911. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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thta WM Bcwton I ickiL lot mean lu hlnr dost you WIN Pat ciackltec over a lot ot funny see r reM yws ae IB the comlff it LaWt Boctcma erookei stxeoti Ik4 Wrba Sa BMi a then adIJ iBt taiow thy Vera hlaEythebe I JII l tnMko th- g J4 ttl end u i r n artHuid im the rafte trying teIM1WQwun those old i4de I reed yearg loP came back to m with Ih Joke side uppermost ai Try tiat I strike a place where f thvatrt SeeM a little aaor tangleda VP a 4 twisted around Ulan usual I hT to stop sad haha right out la fl st eOyslt fWtr declare t actually cant tell Mlt el tH tin which side ot the tret Im oa juat u it skid in the MWf9pr yarsa I used to bread aad pl7tI iyer had say idea those stories f J r were lateBded to be funny unt11Igott ke ead began to corkirew aroUnd h tlM Ritb em my own account Oh Im rto all right bet I eM see the joket wkIMvead1agramofltrfghtfnsi t Adam the policeman moved on the niddl aged stranger with the um f srella was sun standing there chuck t f lug wf tly to himself iW York Hi i k LIFEHAS BUT ONE PURPOSE n tructtefl and Refinement of the One WheM Alive fa Real Object j to Be Attained Life eta have but one purpos 1the iMtnBctkm and refinement of one wfe ia alive This true life becomes tin seals coatinUiag adventure tkiwvfk shifting scenes and seasons aR clvnttoUa to which are incident er ery Bwaner of lure excitement and thrill To hate such an adventure or v to drudge through It either through teasprehensioa or sloth brings us tia1y fa foollh misery wbih makes a v JBeckVpf the joy we ought to know v Teba11thadventuro and dive into it i wltlimu1T eagerness and hope un covers to e r inquiring eyes glory t after glory for those who ask receive ctkoe who seek flnd and to thoce who j Jmocaf the door ot llfea great room t swiai a free 41 sTbe wise do not dally with life I thy do not misconstrue It they do Got meglect it they do not wish toI JiitbW it away For its Intrinsic worth w rtl ey eheose it above rubles and make Ki itt Bart whose object whose com jMuattoa Is itself The thoughtless peW worry themselves gray and thin ever their occupation In life or their J atatleai la life but the wise man con J eeraa himself first with his craft and rv atatfo which he catalogues rightly as f iMiMiita sot goa Full well he 0 sws that no mere thingno jewell irapfiiBg or oticr weighable posses nLecan spur or satisfy his spiritL ivJ OBlTtbe sheer wino of living can do 4fK tait so lie naakea his drink and stays r Vftse casfc Rlchard Wlghtman 1 f f r October Metropolitan A fleptle Reminder India i dTb peetotllce has its Jelifhts AB IK MartiBaleQrand gtrec the letter Oi e t1H Mtl a whose tvUred mind 1i sitan to taTe g et7IInB ptkMi from a Heil4JletterellMTe te IMOT tf reqatet I CM vat reMlT aar ans- wytTbougLla sr Mi M jrMttJitf j IOiees DOSStMWO elat ool Jitt a MMdtoT lIe bJ va YNit vie- tiab Mcnf pi a4Its d a on my j t that JIi I do hfe p r Iwork atbemItliaoutieeeialaluz i p rtlnBtly oonsider7Loadee CkitMW 0 1 7- ZIJE = N1ijb=LJMD13RIiI- it t fJr l f STATE REPUTATION As BrMcUr oioc Jersey Swmc Qaiioed ihyIE S MayJr Tha the recent sale of Dnroc Jer iy Swine held by Mr ESMayes Jrwas of more than local significance appears from the followidg account published the Farmers Home Journal which ia one of the lleading stock journals in the country Never did tr e snowtcQIe down ster than on the moraing of lg3 28 tfi1at M by Mr E S Maye pfSpringfield Ky for his sale of Durocs In spitepof tho fact that the Weatber kept a good many away there were enough men present who wanted hogs to make the sale a great successlThe average for 26 registered apws and gilts was 4940 and for nine boars und boar pigs 1683 The highest price of the sale 141 was paid by Judge I H Thurman of Springfield KyM a henQm nat gilt farrowed ovember 4 lSj09 and bred by Mr J 0 Ekrfppt of Elizabeth town ICy Fourteen bead o good ones ere purchased by Springfield parties most of which went to Judge Thurman and the firm of Thurman Pet rs of which dge Thurman is senior mem her They secured the excellent young4Maples First Model 32043 by Model Kings of Cols ls tie was also bred yJOKertoot Another good buyer was Mr am Sullivan of Bloomfield Ky who secured seyera good es for which he paitl liberally The only buyer from out of the State was Mr J R Sanders of Pulaski Tenn who bought six head at an aVerage of over SOper head Cot Sam Camp ll of Springfield the veteran e1eralqti Deer f that place madeliis maiden boW as a sales man of registered hogs The re suit of the sale is evidence of his ability in that capacity He was bly assisted in the ring by G- Po Adams of Louisville Mr Mayes was very much pleased with the result of his sale There are few men in the hog breeding business belter fixed font than Mr Mates His pisEfrsresidenceisapalatialcolcnial ome of brick and beautifully hospitablVguests The following is a list of the sale as the catalogue runs giv ing buyers pricesJet- cHoarnot catalogued except for reference Thurman Peters Springfieldl Ky 5Q Gilt farrpwed November 4 1909 L H Thurinan Springfield Ky 141 Sow farrowed March 31 1908 Thurman Peters 80 Sow farrowed October 25 1907 Sam Sullivan Son Blpomfield Ky 65 Sow fdrruwed eptember 26 190r W G Grundy Valley HUII Ky 71IGilt Jqly21 1910 251GiltThurman Petrs24- GUt 1910I furrowed June 3 IDIO Robert Mi Iburn Jensonton 27 KYII 91Q1HaglFebru2ry 2S1 ilGiltil 1910 J E Sutton Febwick Ky 31Gl1t t 171910SamGUt farrowed March 17 1910 P Jtf Howard Springfield Ky 50 GIlt farrowed March 21 1910 J R Sanders 50 Gilt farrowed March 21 1910 JR Sanders 50 Gilt farrowed March 21 1910 X R Sanders 4250 Gilr farrowed March 21 1910 J R Sanders 60 Gilt farrowectMarth23 1910 6eldKyGilt larrowed March 23 1910 John Dennis Springfield Ky 30 t Gilt farrowed March 23 1910 fl RSndeJs47 Gilt furrowed March 28 1910 J fl Wakefield Maud ry45 Buar Irvine McElrby Leba 1o JKy 20 Gilt farrowed April li 1910j J Or Fletcher Maud1 Ky 38 Gilt farrpwted April12 1910 J 0 Fletcher 41 Gilt farrpwed April 12 1910 JQFletcher 29 Sow farrowed March 2 19051 jSam P Derringer Springfield Ky80 J V iGJIt farrowed March 18 1910 J G Fletcherj 43ISaves Tivb bives Neither myrsisfer nor my serf mihtlbe liyjjagloday If it had notl DfscovervIwJitesJ l noothcr1remeitoy sister had consumptlnon She was very weak and hap night fswe4ts but your wonderful medicine com pletelv curd us both Its the best I ever used or heard oflI For sore jlungs coughs colds hemorrhage la grippe atbuiy leyer crouplw hoopIngbball bronchial tbleslts supreme Trial bottlesree 50c andLOO Guaranteed by Hay don Robertson i Emphatically Opposed Thepremoyal of the remains of John Fitch the first inventor of the steamboat is suid to be un d ti 1tiescut where he was born There m oval will be strenously opposed by the people of Birdstown where Fltcb waS burled and bis remains have rested for more than 112 years The history of the famous inventor is so close lly connected with that of Bards town and Ms esperiemens lead iing k the real steamboat were so many Boating his graft on town creek and other neighboring streams and pools that Bards town claims the distinction off lhis burial and final resting place and arrangements are beiog made to do honor t h13 memory by the erection of a suitable monumentJTheprotest of the Ipeople of Bar stowrl against the difta bal ce of Fitchs remains will doubtless be most emphatic ally and fprcibly Bardstown Standard Lost Accomplishments t There are women who look back regretfully on lost ccom lishments and wanincr powers They have dropped into the whirl of housekeeping have baencaught and held and have done nothing else Others there ar with as much todo as many children to care for and with means as small who have resolutely raised a barrier against the waste of their mental powers and have continued to take in new ideas I can thick of the wife of a minister who taught her boys Latin and prepared them for college over the mending basket and the kneading board J re member a woman who amid varying fortunes including a battle with real poverty never intermitted her piano practice She is beyond Sixty today and her playing iis uptodate SFrbaL she can still not only fiud delight in it hurself but isable to add evenjingconcert if required Weie iit necessary she could teach as thoroughly and successfully as the youngest recruit in the ranks Dp not permit moth and rust td invade the held ofyourlife dar sister women If you havrl al readyd006bo change the Mtu6 tion at once Christian Herald WHY BE BAL When Parisian SageAs Gua ranteed to stop Paling Hair or Money Back ParisianS ge iis the j6st delightful hair dressing in the womd it is pleas ant invigorating and refreshing It makes the hair s oft beautiful and lux lfuriant Wherever Parisian Sage knowu is it is the la4les favorite hair dressing I If after using rae bottle you do pot say it is the most Melightful hair dress yourIl a large e etts It is guaranteed to cure dandruff and fallinar hair or money hack The girl with the Auburn hair is on every bottle OLEYADL4i irs I1d vMIsrasi llEINOS CRIMHf t t Charged Against John Bow man and Clarence Alford iitI John Bo tan and Claence Alford were arrested Tuesday by Sheriff Burton on warrants chag ingthemi with having committed jj one that of commonly the m 9stgepops denominated of crimes rape Judg Carter settb4ex jfpraminingtriai yeiterdayAprn ling wnen thej prisoners bt tltorney waived examination and requested the cour to fix t gamount iif of bail that would be required After Judge Carter investigated the case bail was refused andg they wero 6nt to jail to await tletacttonof Circuit Court tAccording Miss Minnie pamb the young llady whowIts so brutally mis treatfd Bowman came to see her Sunday afternoon at the home of her sister Mrs John Carrico who lives on tMr 1 N WatHens farm near Lebanon and asked her to gpdr vjin with him Ittwas near 5 oclockl and she re fused He fcten requested herd to gein the buggy and drive t6t he gate shortdistance away bisshe did tiut when the gaitt was reached he whipped up his horse and folding her in the buggy drore to the sulphur spring abpub a mile away Arriving there tie produced a bottle off whiskey andinsistd on her t d inking and when she refused slapped and beat her and finally knocked her down He then fprced her to g tin thE buggy Hnd drove into the woods where Alford jjoined jthem and ttiev uctcpmplished their foull purpose About 8 oclbqk they drove back- toward town idnd put her but of the buggy some distapce Iron- erh sisters home with the Warc ingi that if she breathed ao otj what had MPpenedtjJsheki would kill her r People generally knew noth ling ot the matter till Tuesday afternoon Information then re ceived caused Judge Carter and Sheriff jBurton to secure arms and spend the night with Jailer Madden However the rumor uf a mob proved ground lessl ji4 Bowman sas arrested a few years ago charged with attempt iinK a similar crime and Affordy was the star witness in hi deffense After several trials he was acqiitteduMiss LambIbears a splendid reputation As a result x f the fbrutals jiseriouRconditionLeb Evety year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore andrack with coughs picurged to go to another climate Butthis s costly and not a ways ufeTbet s a better war Let Dr Kings NewJbiscoverp cure you at homeUltcur d me of lung trouble writas W R Nelson of Carmine Ark when all else failed and I gained 47r pounds in Weight Its surely the Uirig of all cough and lung cures Thous jInsi Colds LaGrippe Asthma Croupall Throat and Ling troubles 5OcllmL flOO Trial beree at Haydon ob ert8on J I IIDefendedPet Measure A New Yprlk Dispatch to thi Oklahoma CiyOkIahomaursays Senator Ow Vof Oklahoma who introduced 4ibill in the United I States senat to grant the right of suffrage to womeb strongly defended that measure in an in terview in New York Mondy Owen came 9 New York to de 1iugto voteIllehigher l women nation Just in the degree of honor tlnctypecttleyaretreat ed dots it r6e As women bt gan to fill the cares and press of bUS i ness that respect has been modi fied Six I hon women outside of dom SHc rvice are Indepen k dent of anylpan What reason is there that they should beI il hber1tiesment with tiiien AnpyerwEeltn log reason far the cause of suffrage r lies in tbe fact that thrpUgh out the country if they dont own half the land women at lleast do half the work and pro duce all the children This ought to give them tHe alonEr equal voice in the mattlers of government Old Soldier To rfu red For years I suffered unspeakable stfpatlooi Smith ia war veteran at Erie Pa fixrdiTry them for any stomach liver or kidney trouble Only 25c at Haydon Robertsons Drunken Minors y Last Saturday night a n jst dis stlDg pet acle was seen whet or four young bovs be veen the aes off fourteen tacdI seventeen years staggqred along the streets of Harrodsburg ana two of them had to be carried home in a most pitiable condition Sunday aflernoon City Attorney Rankin and Chief of Police Smith got busy and hadlthe boys before them to ascertain where liquorjTheay tbe man who had furnished he liquor was tried and fine f50 and costs for supplying intoxicating driuks to minors Toe man who was fined was him self a minor though a year or two older than the pthe boys 1Virrants are also put fpr sdvera others for supplying minors itt liqu6r but they have evidentt gotten wiseto the fact and math themselves scarce Fivecolpred people three pf whom were wo men were also arrested for drinking and car iumK ana dis urbingthe pace of their neigh bbrs All but one drew fines off ftfive dollars each Harrodsburg Herald 1 Sbarpsvi1Jc ft LJ Delayed J iilr Merrell Long Jeft Tues day for Armington TIt where he will 8pndseveral months Mr D F Bryant was in Lour iisville last week purchasing a bill of hardware and carriage supplies Mr Erastus Yates and sister jMiss Mattie of Mooresville are- visitiDgM U G Yates and family Well isnt it true you can fill p your thittk tatik every week for twelve months b7 subscribing or tiw NewsLeader at only one dollar I Roscoe O Bryant was atnpng friends at Bloomfield Saturdav and Sunday 9 Antioch was represented last week by Tangle Foot which came as a surprise as we were not ekpecting you until flytime The seventeen year locnsis which are due to return to plague the American larmer this ssummer after being absent since 3894 bave m cte their appear ance already in many states and iin Kentucky even before the warm springs have come Grass- Hoppers have uppeand at Ta ham Springs MrJames Long is making a private sale of his persona property vwith the intention of going West Several of our boys have already gone VVest to spend the summer and we wish them good luck1 But as many have done when they hai that dear old requiem Theres np place like home will be t a retreat fpr the temptation is hare Mr win Bowman of Chaplin is spending a few days w thJ M Barnard and family i It is impossible for J H Brown to have time to grumble for he is doing a land office bus ness Come and see him Messrs Jim Frank Bowen and Vilas Graham were entertained by friends at Cardwell Friday night Sticktoit Fangle Foot in your efforts to make the News Leader the moot interesting pa per in the county liedl suler that Grass Copper will take a nip with us 1Andt alt be pleasant every day until ten oclock The 4rhIV of the day will tikecare or itI1 self J AFTER 30 EAR Money Believed Stolen isre covered iirr Mail Sack Rev Charles Edwin Burdette brotherof Bob burdettV tIe humorist has just been vjndicat ed after 80 years of adv blame i ppearlancelletter package sent put by lePeoria postoffice of which he was registry clerk The d sap pearance df the money had long beena cloud on i ImanyagalQstiimin 12 registered llettfers by the latel John Comstock The evi d euce Wits an against young Bqr dette andafter the first iifvestt gation Comstock demanded that theopostImaster at Peoria who died last year discharge the reglptrvI clerk Comatock matter to Washington arid an in specldrcsme down from Chicago tomakoacull report BerecLpn mended that Burdette charged out the postmaster re fused to discharge him and Bar detto continued as registry cerk Burdette was workieg to set money to study for the ministry A few years after the money was missed he left the post ofiiso and went to Brown UtjiVoijsity then to Newton Academy and when he Was tfrdaintd as a min ister was assigned asa mipsiun jiry ib Asam India He now has pastorate at Springfield Mass Air tbS time he prayed that in some way the mystery of the missing money might be cleared up for bis own vicdidatir n Iota ia repair shop at San Francisco a few days ago an old batteKed sack was sent to be batched l It was veteran a dto repair it meant practically to make a new spactriiehcldrd c1dbdJitf1 I itl w botton and with a kmfe he rip ped the leather button off Then he SAW above it a big cainilla en velopei caught by the corners w1ichserved practically as a false bototri He opened the en velope and found itcontainedihe Cotnttock letters and the miss ling 350U which had been wan dering about the cpuntry for 30 years When tbq finding of the ia1ipostomceia1 hanging over him so long hjd been dlspliedEL y Painfully Hurt Master Robter Stiles thq young son of Mr H D Stilf sj tneaVtowuj while fortunately escaping permanent injury was piinfully hurt last Monday Carrying long stick id his hand he approached too near ai gasol mO engine in motion the stick striking agaicst the wheel re bounded giving the lada stroke upon the face near the left eyIlacerating the flesh and casirg much stiffening and iinconven ience Bardstown Standard DebervefTo Go vA ri exchange makes public the fact that a in inister of the gospel in a distant city in a sermon do Uvered to his congregation last Sunday stated the word J Hello as usedovertbe llepbone was cussingSand tbattbe1 word 1uLo1 oftbejjcussing land should be tabooed passingJnFtwo above iitems bring out but we are certainpif we were citizens of that city and inembwsof the church that this misut is sup posed to control tl awe wpuld taboo both he and bis hurcb and try to makQitttrianimous that ho be sent to thelires bug house Unlontoalet krJD ghbredBronzeaigoodI as you can find any whqre Jodian Kuaner up1feggl 50 eentu jMitipg Alp Buft Or piBgton ullejafld cocTiereM J F KBENB P tTi 5 7wvIgbltLrt1lLb ieaiwrihrti 4- b I SU1SCRIfi7ON4 f t iJ f tILIL t I t L 4 I r e 0 t ROV 1 t 2 1ILEconony L IL4 II t to oduce i c1epjh- at f J th sacrifice X f Royal Baking Powder imade frost ipure grape cream of6itar mad i- stheembodnta1ItheIe J possible to be attained intbekigb I est class baking powder J TRoyal Baking Powder tIc iIa1 fai price and is lmcire da l j1at its price than anyd odwlT ij I v ragent because or the npeajrim J quality and absolute wholetooaoww of the food it makes r Mixtures made ia kikoB of bal ab Iaress swq 9HMfstores Such ioaturM are daacercv lo we it IM iJa EB France Germany aadiotBc MCNM rf the MA SMM 4rrfB kprohibited bylawI ALi dMftrwH 7jlfIiiir-p eo IIpowden c ilk MW 1VMowi l wT I Brain Leaks J Oharity is something more than meregivingn iwrHeayeaJs gates- with arpppned a latdb1cdy The man who has nothing lut dollars is 4 ncighiyppor man Drowning men grasp at straws but more straws are gracedby thirsty men Lots of Imin leave their work at the pfficje but carry the worry home wilhi thempMen who try to skip lifes hard places seldom land in anything better than a inaddy place The fellows who lack push are always cpmplaining about the other fellow having a pull Agrsatf1 many men who start off ho1 foot after business cOt geal below tiankles before they catch iit Our idea of beavensuiP us but Well tot refuse ib remain it we find thit it ii what the other man tbpuglit it yvas Mighty bright fellow who said that he knows a man wfio flipped a dollar to see what party the would afflhiatwiti and becanid a fopa on crtn because the trust sida oft dollar came npThe Gtfmraonejf f I With TlFaith oChild blldPRyaiIj hw nte to go to jqpd he Father This great and good milt was lllie a little cbildt when his hour cimeV Be had played hard with this worlds plavthinga and waa tvred All his labor duties aaiUaeraents hilirnbi itions and energies were at an end and tie wanted to go to sleep in his Fathers care Like a babe ihiislcceStil honored man put his ponfidence intl1e Father believing with an infants II belief tbatj his Fatner Wed and would protect and give rest and 1bel11 l oc the gre4t in any yocatiot strjetcUfrB out weakening hurt- diiwlth tailing eHalt4 rfHrs with stiffouiBg lipc FiUillffl phe theOc hIp l iDiM but also jjthab6Ol5Uo- codbild1eOOd CCFb H lm uedTaili rn Wi- gave often wondrekOwPfl vivai ue p1seh tot t 4tground tie ctBPi Vrj seVeViJ J1htJlIIfr to agalit le theu r prettyo toetffeell tHe touch P kt their littl iMtBd n Iooi frbp py laughter and sqtfff Maybe iits b0oa M they oaf pktar theirdar1issee cg held in the arii f Father 1e ai jj tl1 seeger cannot cote where diviiM parentalJ love and p iMaibj piness always tit4e At7i years of age tbp Art4x bishop Ryan felt iia child aad asked for hisiatbei He kttir that tile Patherlove reethail ydersfcairiitfig Wf thM fa little chiM rMe l101 JMA confidence jlla ae4cs aid- ng4acianvi Po Rcld PrvL j OL Thursday oJlakKrl William Ganjico sa eiaVrljr citizen of tiill iiace WM k11N down and sriovl eeiwdp SQiIlePfrtiJ driyin a bseggy M a Y ckIeeersteofspe4t1uh ffie principal a rjeeio Ur tThe stii4 lJif Kit ba4 bMw iirja ed oniHe fo141sIamahee- very effort W aare bincelt yt rapidly lei bort tow upon hiaa t shift 6f the WKCJ strik ing hiai apoa the heed Mlmg him tdaaliitltM p POtQ te t4etwttas hb ataiaiSl two bron riItand a raeere oTttMtoidiarJboM trhe h jei was eisto the tlrot Vr Jataie Wilson aer which 4h aeeita occurred wbere jije IBM atlDiiiti by Dr Arch QN fi n fds conTeyeii to hit ifcpn Cu Ib GilkeyRJtike Thoh 1- pairifullyiajei edri M 1i feniOIIt o sv y4 tINt p tintMI rlpGNdlwLl to Medical brsitF- hi deireS aoi rp reuetwiWe ticof ill-y driviaroegh bolJthet ft all 510 lcqar to d ii and U bckodM ttIdJI authOjtf3ItS continid Allko Mfti UM rtka in thie h44i t ttOpottiv flyI KB wn jiai it J bkrfrW febair f will aoon b f JJfI jaKb tuiJut1BrdteuPPR a S1pL p IiiSsija- strCi1 the tc oay Mrtwr te C It W1VLtSIhe erf wctt I fat nm BK Inc cadI lI iIbsUi a Kte M ituac trouble and rQf itIa vhlcb 1 ha- tiba U a1l 4l helpisis ufferer fur tea 3r4rmr jit suited ny can a juat lor me For ayt te lK lio0 jaundice id to fbe 7atom of kidney poisiuis t1it ratt e rheumatism Klectrir lith A no equal Try them tHr fleh gvartJBteed to s atiid 5c atHaydlln Huhtrtoti jrot 444t i 4w ASflZNGTOILoose tf i 1fif I l I and Largest Sales Floor f3 t f 7 f 1I 4 id It PlenIyofShediandmaUst FREE i A s tirtrt1 i BG YOUR mcc I to JSAND WB WILL GeT YOU TltE HIGHEST lmiKMl r i t It WRITE OR PHONE NO 155 r f tl F RobeI t T BQhonnarir4ANAGER ANDA4N1 tf L f jr J Jf 1 i = NEWS LEADER E t f SPRIOFIELDl KY ttl1 ri JIftyBIftIII Lr F r JUMSKME jisenimw- Vr f fll JHftoiv ad Publishers k t j It i TTTItAY MAB JIWL v f t Wat SthSIlIId to aowiuace Yt t t i JOHN JLTOLIN i i p t at a Z hf Rsentative 0 A Kwitoeky Leg- S i tv FWt t county bs the actoi of theDeocratic st1Sor Ccivilkiq 45 r l Mr WI l1s i Louisville bn- hSS5 i1 1Ss it 1 MMSr Rtehrd Cambrpn 4p f 5Lmiak KcIij5 1c Joinny ifatEMieWiselalthti 5MaLl SHY OnHJJiV lUr M M pf lcJJ owi sywife SamrjiUy and Sunday ai 4 wiMi hk piiets here Ji Mrf si i MM Watt Wheatley MJNttrMM of Mclmtore spent f18Ptrd7 Sdyw1thZs- j BsiiI WbEtley itt r i M3s BTailU Cecil is on Ifi- et t i skk lUM k5r Cnarlte Hill was in our g 1 yklRIIsaNdav t Mr jo Mclntire attended corlia L bnon Monday jaS Mr Albert WIae wail Leba aoawIy v iJro Robert Greenw and r I oephie NewtO spent- St TIIM7 withl Mrs J1I Mudd jM Ts isa1e ot I Wise sWell Mteaia S turdayj ey Vthlngc siriliMf tof a food pricerLi m The Mis es Osboarns enterS i Ui W a few of their friends 7 8a4aynrnght t Mr Clyde Lynch an 1 sister Mi lPfltlt Iiebanoln Yer the fuests f Sun riehdSJeredayHkissi Laura nWheiitley has re f tmrnid from a delightfm visit to If f her sister Mrs Ricbslrd Blan o LoUisyille4ford f Mr and j Mrs David Graces of MclntirelScbildren spent Siaday nriih Mr J iLMndd aadfamilyS Mis Myrtie Nallv bt Spring jkli is visiting friend bereJ t i ILMWr pharlie OUryan and F little sbter May spept Sunday 3 wtth their grandpren1js Mr and Mrsiililory Oabonrne MryI Wise and fifitnily will Lifl iiii a short white ifor lion is Srilto to make ttheir future home pps lWe egret very inuh to lose fr1if 5 jaIdee eighboi from our J1ih lltt4ii11ge i J 5lVthisi sbouIesca the waste toaeMJljI will appear alain soon 1 k I1 MAKOH L LILLY It i I LiJ ft0LMraI Alice Thompson Mrs I IZack JLchanIndrLWiIs0l- ao1t1a Wednesday wSth MrE D Thonanat MJ tIMcbnbASre 4 ho after I rfa1t to Mis- II i NsTo4poe 0 olr rlJIi Reed vi sf t aa4 Mrs Bn Kelly last c r 0 J9 Grac ofBrdstown 5f t ipwkM iM aand Tuesday with fj L iaMiri TS 1 7 i UhT Bmkr MII list- Bo LosdIIGtJfaryLQ1 issM of Mrs Je-Mws7riyi1S Mis W yitIti to iUSUtiItJthj1v lu Mrs Sam Van Arsdale Marl S Brackney and SOIL spent Monday with Mrsi Nat Thomp aon WORLiyS FAMOUS DYS PEPSIA PRESCRIPTION Drive Away Stomach Dis frja few Minute Stop Heartburn and Belching It yOU have anything the taatter with ypur stomach you ought to new right noW that 2 IONA omach tablets are guaranteed py Hay on Willie tt to pure indigestion any sickness caused by indigestion such as the following Sick headache Biliousness dlzzi ness nervousnass sour stomach Jet mentation of food belching of gas byomlugyour meals dont digest but lie like a lump of lead inyour stomach you have foul breath and loss of the chance aretbat a few c5thb1et will put your In fine shape in short order Istomach or 4ny of your family suffer from stomach trouble of any kind get 50 cent box of HIONA stomach tablets at once Haydon Willett nad druggist everywhere sell MIO NA on money back plan Tatham Spring Miss Bettie Jenkins wiitbe uestfher sisteri Mrs John RoY lty last Sunday Tee sale of Mrs J W Satterly took place lost Saturday hand most of the property sokiat a good price v Mr Silas Bnrlfhe6d atid wife pen Sunday with Mr Joe aurkb lid l Mr Silas Bnrkhead sold two Villiisbnrlagree vitb TanglcFoot about being faithful to the NewsLeai der this yearSMr Charley Royaltyspeet last Saturday night with Mr cTpbn Roy lty iI notice that Bill Brains was f absent last week I guess hes ell oft the gate post and tore his spike tail coat Mr Wade Poster spent Satur 4ay night with Air Joe Burkbead I have heard that Mr FrankS Crouch has made anx ironing board to loan Billi Brains as soori asjbe gets that girl out toward Fairview Mr 0 C Foster bought 151 sheep from Mr Ed Foster 5i 50 a head 2 GRASSQPPERS CryFOR ASTOIA Valley Hill StrXan I Mrs S P Derringer and re1of Springfield spent Friday w th her patents at this place Miss Pearl Goatley spent seve- raldayslast week with Miss Jean Goatley f Miss Louis and Thelma Tatum spent Sunday wtth Miss Ruby ONeal Mrs Palmer Goatley t spent Friday night with Mrs Wallace Seay of nearMartd Mr W hBrown and Mrs T B O NeaI spent Saturd ay afternoon withMrs J 0 Ear moo Mrs LucieaPinkstonandMiss- Nannie i Pinkston visited relatives at Litsey Monday Mr S P Derringec Spring fieldswashereMou4ay Mrs Palmer Goatl y Spent one day lust week with Mrs Eliza Mndd Mr Willie Mcran spent Saturday and Sunday with his pa rents here Mr H aTathumand WvE Brpwn were in Springfield Sdt urday Mrs cyde Goatley an Mrs Kate Moran spent last Friday vath Mrs Waliace Qeay of near Maud y MlssPearl Goatley and Miss Jean Goatley spent last Friday with Mrs rr DShenan Mrs W F Moran spent Sat urday with Mr and Mrs James Moran at Springfield Mr and Mrs WmV Derringer spent Saturday wfttfaarry Ddr ringer and wife Mr and MtrrJ Settle of Mud spent Sunday with Mrs Palmer Groatley Robert and yivian Tatum span Sunday with Richard iQKeal Mr Gilbert Tonahoe calledat Pleasant Grove Sunday after noonMrL Palmer Gbatley spent last Wednesday with MY J A Tucker near JTcederickstown- M and Mrs J 0 Harmon were called to Fenwick Thurs day by the deatb of her father MrJJ D Barker Robert ONeal spent Monday t night with his aunt Mrs Unas Donahoe 1 thank TV llisburf for want ing me tto cheer up I will try to be as cheerful as I can h Kidd Ro kbridge llS1 J Ne except visiting Wh ch is alw iys frequent sobere w got Prices For 1911 Indian Motoc des forijI 1930 284h p sIngle cylindcrt batteryignitioriS 20000 1930 2 34 h p single cylinder magneto ignition 22500 3046 4 h p sinEli cylinder chain drive battery ignition 22500 I 30463 4 Jtp sinftoicyiimier chain drive magneto ignition 25000 1304QJ 4h p sinecyinder belt drive battery ignition 52500 904W 4 hpisg1ecyIInder belt drive magneto ignition 2ThOO 386L35 fe ptin cylinder magneto fgriition only 27500 6092 7kiij twin cylinder magneto ignition only 30000 Krt englne andTwoSpeed Gr50Fitt1Aaingle andTii p twin chain drive only 5Vf t 1 BrldcawQciIAMmiiili iJ ftairanteed for the year in wdi they are sold against NGMARJJSpdngfiWy IS till Jf Mr and Mrs red ShieldssoL- Taylorsville a the guot3 of Mrs Shields parents Mr Chas Coulter of tbisi place Mr ad Mr J Br Jeokins EInierMrs Ivan King and sister Minnie Keelingilef vesterdtij for Iaoulsvill6 vwhee jtfcewill purchase theirjspriug millinery ofMacScruggs Satijfday afternoon wbp we aresorfy to report is iio better ii This spring Mveather makes every one feeljjike work and Mr Bobilee has taken the advantage of the weather e last few days putting new faire fence around the d home place Little Dorothy Keeling bf Tatham SpriUgs is spending this week witb her grandparents Mr and Mrs Bailey PmksUnJ of MtZion We are ort1toj rdporj Ger trude Thompafdn who is ill wi h pneumonia no better Mrs Neal Moblitt of Sprin fi tdl1s the 4uest Wl1 Scott of this place fjfjM C The party given bt the hoIOf Molan Durf on last nightjft was welIattan1edin everyo- ropoits e a good ti m e MrseuCouchMrJK- eelin and tMrs Dock Keys and children spent Friday att tbe home of Henry Scott t Mr John Prather and ife spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr add MrsDickKays r Mrvlyan Keeling spent S in MrsJWe are adto report Mr 1hl8wrltlDgRoy WaMfcalled in our com thnitypneigbt last woki tq riissNett1jjowJer of Spring fleldwasatome Saturday and Sunday JJf Miss Rudie Carey whp hag spent the Sast month with ber aunt Mrs Toni Pratherj of Tomkinsviile lAS retuVnedt to her home at4thjLmS Several from here attended i the sale oMrsj Elizabeth Sailorly on last SaidayrMisses Rudie Jenkins and Mennie Coulter spent Sunday with Mr Ellas Perkins and family I The farmers of this community are busy burning tobaccobeds and plowing Mrs J ij Jenkins anddaugh ters Effie and fellaspent Tfiurs day at thtf home otAIMr Dock Kays t i4 vr1IMr HatikjfoVt Hale of Rock- Run WaLidgueit of his cou sinsEarlijI pill and Justus Hale Stdaytid Sunday Mr Chajrley RoY ty spent part of lasHlwe k witih Mr Off Royalty ofj Pleasant Hilt MissBesie Barr is toe guest 1of her sistqK Mrs Henry Thompson Thejeo ieoMt 011 yet meet at Tatbamf Springs at t echurcb each Sunday at 230 oclook und practice cm sifglng Eyery one inviteqtb attend Dame junior rteports a wed ding soop fr Tangle Fodt leEy yea a llarge number of poor sufferers whjpse lungs are ore and rack anotherJc1hnway sure here s a better way Let Dr Kings New Discbverp cure you at home It ured mo cf lung trouble writ s Wn Nelson of Calomine Ark when all ejse failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the Xlng of all cough land liing cures TKPus ands owo tjjelr lives and health tp it Ins jpositlvejy guaranteed for Coughs Cplds Latlrippe Asthma Croup all phrpat and Lung trpubles 50c mr d lOO Ttfal bottle free at Haydoa Robertson i POLICE OF GERMANY PrlViioy Sf the Ham No Ba to Their j Farreachlng Author y To a foreigner no feature t German life la morestrlkIng than be proml nenceapd almost unlimited authority of the police Many of Jta functions arosucb asta the United SV tes would be Intrusted to acout of lawonly What seems ujmost equally qtrange the greater part of these functions arc exercised quite Independently of the local l government The minuteness and thoro ighness of the work of the German p JIce are a ooristunt surprise t9the rorqlgnep The ollceiiinn not only preserves order In the streets but exercises jjfarreuch ng authority In private bouseSi For instance he und rtatlCSt lie nightly locking of tines stroet door ata sulfl eiently early hour He secs that one bAS his chimney regularly cleaned He Inspects at stated times o ies stoves and heating apparatus uni while he is about it he jvijl look nto a few other miitJprs of domoHtlc economy One featureS of hU activity strikes n good many tVmcrirnn visitors with fa vorsIn some pIne slnglnf and piano playing with open wlndovs are for bidden audit Is a common bouse regulation In inrge towth thai no pianos maybe played after 10 oclock in the evening The Oermnn ptllceman is also something of a food Inspector In his way UflI he keeps a sharp eye on venders of foodand of taejdjclnes It Is not an uncommon sight tpsee a Ger man policeman halt a milkmans wag on mid on the pOt make an Inspection of his wares Should there prove t r theyIhand by the higher authorities New STorkrress A BATHLESSAGE Fa Thousand Years the People of Europe Went Unwashed Vheji Egypt Greece and Rome were at the height of their ancient power their citizens mude battling a social function u municipal dUJ rfnd a re UglpUMoliservahce The public baths of thesenatlori were mugnififcnt nr tbltccturnlly and Important as Centura of hyjplenie und njunlclpul sentlnjont With fie dtv Jeuce of these cbun trjibs tthe world seems to blF e everted tol1 p nod of mental slotthsnd phjsl cal un ieaulluuxx As an authority on the matter puts It For years there was not n man cr woman In Europe that ever ook bath if the hlstorhip of these times Mlchclet l1Ii to he believed The ancient love of the bath seemed to have disappeared from orthe land There was no Greece or Rome to bold up the euslgfor clcaUlIness to the nations of Europe Small wonddr that the people of the continent cOme physical decadentst aii Indeed f theywere in spite of tradltlon to the contraryi11 is not strange that there came the awful epidemics that cut off one fourth of the population of Europer the spoiled plague thy black death the sheafing sieknvss and the terrible mental epidemics that followed In their train the dancing mania the mewing mania and tthp bltlngrannla Tl e bath Was banished and filth was almostt deified Indeed It WM then iboUgbt tpat the tanctlflcation of the body was cmly arcompllsbed when that body ivas Indescribably dirty Physical Cultiirt fAn iLfBlack5Cats- The ilnntJ of tack Cats Is a namo often npplii to Ctiathamflsland ntiJ of the Galnliapos h ts in the Pacjfio ocean ftl mliw west of coax of K uidor It Bsoverrun therr black cats and cats of no other color InftbeI I near the coast and subsist luj catching r lOtbtl horses turtle dogs goats and chick n1nt which un pprfectly vl6- A bullet Stoppeu dtOuo ilren do Mussel the poet and dmnja Ltwnsnlmost as fond of hell hi of poetry He played nearly every night at the Cafe de la Rcgeinr q and even the evolution tot February 1848 did not dlvprt him froth hIs hahlt Ho turned up as usual andS finding no one there to play with In slstedjtlmt the waiter should majie n game for him The waiter did sp Vhoiigh a fusillade was raging In the street outside atid all went well untit1 n musket bullet smashed a mirror in Immediate proximity to the board Muss t was anxious1 to continue to spite ot the Interruption but his op ponent wonldnotWlth monsieurs permission be said we will adJPurn tho game unit after the republic haa been prdclalthedParls Gaulols Ssntlmentnt Juries Maitrb Henri Robert the most fa mona advocate In criminal cflses at the Paris bar told an audience nlmosl entirely composed of ladles tlmt before t any Jury a woman with some youth tome looks and a pretty voice has fiftj chance out ota hundred of being ticqultted whereas a man would have only one If she knows fiow to shed tears at the Bright moment ehe needt net WOt1It verdict of not gulty I n dead certainty Parhj Etter LOUISVILLE UJ91 TL1 1l JIIMARCH1161718191JIMOfORINLDECO4QAIONS ANAAftERNOONS THE DRAGONS BACKBONE Odd Incident of Railroad ConstrAn lrlJJtfori In China When there was undertrtUen the 8thJciIont of the nillway bezweenl and NewchwauK the seagirt of Max chnrlu It proposed to make Junction at a place culle l J tunIen out shle tile dtj pli Mnkden For thlil uilRsfon had to hi obtahied from th Tartar general of ukden Thlk fuflc tiOuury at once proceeded to call inbls Beomancenj a sjiteiea of soothsayers Who gave Infprnmtlbn concerning tbn good fortune atut ill fortune of sites i and were supposed by the Cblnesef know what demons nOd dragons ic habited the artb under th6 surfac These wise then reported that the dragon wliose body encjrclqjfthe holy city of Mukden lay coiled Op In such a way that if the railway came through Lariplen the long nulls driven Into the ties would pierce his backbone and In 4r probability set him to ragfri FvJo len ly to thp great detriment of tin people of Jlnkden The general ccnsequently reuse l the application of the railway people and Directed them carry iha niad ina stmbbt line from Klrln to sew icbwang avoiding Muffdon The pr glneers thoretipoh appealed to the vlra roy sbdwing that as this proponed route would n through a marshy nut- uninhabited country it could not profitable tOt their enterprise The viceroy wrote to the general of Mukden highly commending him for his discretion in consulting the pco nian ers but Suggesting that those sage persons go over tlc ground attain and see if they could not find a place Where the nails would not be likely to strike into the dragons back Accord ingly at the command of the viceroy the general had his geomancers iudli tate a spot for the junction atLanpien whore they bought that after all 1he J dragons backbone would be sate New York Press y RICE PAPER rf I 8h vod From tho Sriov White WUr of Tree In Formosa The called rice paper Is not made butfroJDthetree belonging tto the getuw nralla iii genus represented lIt this country by the common sarsaparilla and theaspikenard The tree grows in Formo sa and so far as Is known nowhere else The stems are tratnported itttChina and there the rice paper made It is used aside from a number of other purposes by the nzitlvtt artists for water color drawings und sometimes It Is dyed in various colors QpwersThe r com prise a smooth stone about a foot square and a large knife or hatchet Tbertilnde I broad andlnearly halt an inch thick ts razori a olthrthepith backward nnd forward for ar ifio ameatposition Then Ktlzlng thelkiilfp withs his rljjht hand Ill will hold the edJetij of the blade after a feint or iwo clseIto the pith which be will keIp rolling o the left with his left hand until J tI nothing remains to unroll for the pith hap by the application of the jtbn pared Into A squnr irbife knlteOfI It of uniform thieknis5 that FeI mains to be done Js to square tbOoJ edges If onoJwlll roll up a sheet of paper lay ton attalile place iheleft hand tionlie will have u good Iden of how the l feat Is aecom lisbedZevOzk HerM I Otcl j What Wai Laqljjnfl f T4Q HobOplease zim Jlm a sick tD1 De dQctor gltm m dls kiedIcine hut t neede assistance In tnkln1t 1bo tb LndPoor fcilow to you wata BooIIoorBut dlV medicine has to be took before s ndy7rC1erelt1nd SS I Fame Fnmd2 catHy ecquired All 011a bate ffo Is to be In the right jilacan t at the tight ttue and do the righttothing In the right wayand tlien t Tiertls It prpperlyPuck PiPUBLIC8 1 I 11 ifJj f ttt1ft f SlrfSHarnessEt fJJ It 1 r4fieJdfKtot 511 Saturday BarcB 18 j 19II J 1Lft 1 at 1 oclock pm offer for al v U it 10 Head Horses f ifGoodgoodS7 and 9 years j41d abo 5 br hand E V v is f6seccFld bugdies f2 illone good 2hore liwagon a4v i jtei+ harness J i j V i t j1BOBLITTBRONCO JIt I hEaSRoad Ant LaIneAIi3lat most consp fuous yliaritcrer In the zls totter wejterij jjtagV robbers lFrom 1875 tot1SS Bliitt IJact W known w have conti titled tVwntyseruu stage TobbericH ugfe banded Nuftileru bit IfornUv sin e driver stood In constant arpf tht unique desperado On va rious occasions the drivenr were able to give a g od desyrtption ott hjs figure hair feetl1 uKhamlK yett Ho clevyftiW ills actual Wet tits was gained durlbg the eight ynJfof hb stage robbing ca recr HH van finally etm yed Jt y a JaJtJdry ffiarte on Dcnil which had dropped fr mi bs wlt whenopehlng treasure box Which Jie li1crtfrtkcn SitrtJtaQUhlIn Sjw Francisco tlzi dettdJcs were fttnaCd to JII the fsnoue- 8lnek iIafr it slight lnJetmtrntll Clan ottfif Wlive fumdWrjlnface 19 qlt the San If ancisco detwtivts He Iwrf for years fjKKiuentcda liuj16 festau rant near police beadituarters where many of the ftet tlesdiH Ww pJenTilnslniKatlonarilagazfn Got It atLast It Is toll of a distinguished prpfes orof hist rr that ta an addncss before ivomnnknub on Obscure Herpes f the Ftpncb Revolution tw had- vntbtd tin point where one of them unbty resrlved to cssay thB rescue of frlelnl doomed ought fhe tiguIHotlHe Il partbig Interview with his- weetheart htTore making e 4tlmost hopelis attemptt Tha professor had movlpg Voice and Was eloquent The ssenitlybt women zmnny of them atHrcady ueaj tearsubunff breathless vpo Lhis vonlsL DiaayJdldqy snid be pathetIcally then cpfimjgtl slightly and went t aeV Wdqdd tblng waa evl tatly zurfis Lio triedagaln dimBy i Mpuz ed and tIn orator dopieriHe Draw bg a loUg breath anti s dggf Kitli t deliberatiOn he ttl iiit lic6 i ed the elusIve crl1Qbl lfjijimID lid h bid ndfeuTYoutks5Ce rJfI are rjr Jt ShtIJif i1 tl1ot omSIlt UCJfIr Mt t r ii lr pJledt erpsy4as Wily uO1 r J tlotigbt maybe 1teNlntnde rlttngIStnr Recprei4i- There otto wof dvfaich liajr s a rnleiof practice for All nrtt Wt hat wtd isreelpec1t t triiot wish dotie teyplt41Q iH otbersQieeIusz I tf i1rraro tJ lllatjIIo a estmw s totenisc I cflM Pee IOtf4 1Il9J Iles sta4d w 510 raIa ad tIM1 slIwe Is bnC a L A irate t tkta deos Jnatloa mar wi kviN ttttte M 51 Braljab or atf tackL all 51 4 ffnittw Mfc acres less bea the I st tbaa UM aec od Jfwc taa1wtctb4al1y rbaW4sIrIs1g2 grslss f A totamae fiwed is i4 IaL Thta efc amy w gknns 19J4 vud asi as iac s ifjrahiss st t JIpIftIitvailed ifc 6nt CkcoIn redi r ponly 36 per ejNtt skk4tte it W UPlttf Oue test aivWp r esist copper aM5 ps ttk tncIkIha cM Rcosd 4 arSThe l1tlNii7Ii fMiwe threw ip f JIt7l3tlliOt o U1111n1t jet nbtt tH mtgh taoj f paying h hut ittadtt- he pst Vr ps w pet never ett4sd J ylng It alL 1 e did the test II eeWhth M4 depend spsss k vel4Iug Ithe teak wa sisetsi alat- ogkI aeeoaThb AJr1tI telea he becitne poiml at tlae that iU Wa deW WIft paid aM t hss fe irH wee sid In this beilil- e rcnIs batNw York Aeericua TocieilM WWk flttrf My tfc ac tinny ai pciIi Ja diMhIH- tWtH all grM r fMM with Hro paper sd a e kkki sponge tliApedIU sir tUt idver the 1taw 4r peylhi sp ctaf uttfMtWSii to the frwH spd 4- of tth4 skirt W ttW wp 1 skirt W Ww t 4 aM te JauHJ kw 90 tW wes 4tUic7 thY CuspIs f Ott SlI4ift Ng- e ritIw salt bIimiMd a eisit sjjirta 1 slbp4qv and ces wipe Ph fittum- Wi ei p la the tzztgr 1tII tWa t4 s tUh IUrXspW 1 truHJ tIcJIS ja iiiei for = fDPnr Id s4I rTitnzuin kt In 55Souk very luwlv waiirs Pt IafIaM hoi ITL DR GT BURTON RfttOCMT PCNTlfrt- TIETH iEXTRACTED iiThOu1 PAIN 4 IaP 4 w gPBBfGMLD KY AIOefiiA Wrk Strictly f Jr l till J aJIvEjjf hoars 8 0 9 am r t 1bO2po ovpLMoDrits- 4Gr4LLj ncL iitftIcit Bteto WJ t4f It kiThiL-S pl4uL N HI if WEORIQSBY ttomi Y Af LAW y f Ir JLW HYATT Ji = rwr IU4 Ore vrami 01tt6 n Hyatt 1090 11 I 4 Q5 p jUINY1AYiT- iFaiAiL I crOJ i Ill1E1II EMlllYEa t y rLIP44o- 1MY1L mI4T 4triiiiirio II LI l fF ffiOSTTP- RACTICAL DENTISTi CMHecoircr Hr n kJRjtrber Pwriftl work at r Mdn ble pricelI llfor 1Ia j t 8PBINGFIELT KY aI I 1 rtrrI laIil lo HIf ietbi ihne schedule pibiM tect e the B rdstown- aadnljprlic ld branch railrpad- ckd lLetLouisville at il 470 p JJrdstown Junction idEI pim Brds4own6G6 p m arnv i at Sprindeld 655 p m- Nrj hIo Springfield at- CtOO L BmrdeHowm 645 a m- BardkW JIaRco 730 a m IJ ariYM at Loawviile 820 amII ItNoj te Louisville at- v mj B rjstown Junction 856a gi Bsr town 1005 a m rrIvss at SpiUeId ll40p m 0 ljlJp100l1l1lBardlkJn22 mj B rstowtt junction 41Q p mj I mrriTti at JLbtiisville 545 p n The Praetica GoatI J JbI3 Kciwrd tbe mayor of SunfjiifcjiiFl OIiIItcTtI tistiie sort of things ewpd to vJh peasants Writing tHie J malt OOlcIel posted1 up op 0l ltwiUjpf tW walrte and which ui Wrrd3 be said i bed toffOtteH t1e gorits One of t 3 lfct MTer rnIfe a number Standing y OiiJt fklml len i with Its trootJles retlig oi ifap pl sterr 3t moreg Its f boras aud biun1 from right to l ft like un old WoniMn rtadliiff Wlien lit kn flutRiirtf rwutluj fts the Ifiiilial frbagoat f r Iag tM jnlnQ Hu must feed till bftdy ITu iwthiiHr WliiHt Its thy rtiunnuilf riu1eisji j hivpnot the 8lbjnnch of this phicM aL goHJ They nitgtit JhenVpat tJbt bl k thy hud read Iay mure uncKko tlui ak iiuiu Qflhter wourdJu thend bft abi If toiitfttJiLs uni rarteLetlef ofc ft Ixjudoa Globe Th 1lJn ffarington 4r TIe spelling of Uw ancient name ffariagtpn wth this umiiH ir fmmV IB oldiaaHHscripts merely HW reien Upi of the oUt form of rapitnl Frt+ 1 l ed of conveyance to the tlacj ot OKje Us Mud III revue KJeorjrt of Great iBrttaltt tTranre nnd Ircpfei tofetc Tbo fom ixiutduot thcr f i seqe M dte tq Ignorance a3 hart been i Vrfoe la jJayfl AVPU gentlemen of Mtate were geiiltpnien of qualify finch a iQeI1sg jn jie dt sJd hardly aria I usa lck of n UnowlidRe of spelling JTiiif rarlnftpn of Worden Hall Ian 4esllre prefer like fipveral other well iuMwii famlllerf Inciiidlrigr tbe Tplkes 4aM trcaches tw retain the arfchalc i es4tal l irr Tbe family trace iheu MCtSt froto HUKO Meolisijfho MK te EMikna With the Conqieror tJ M t7sve btca as 0fJateiKfoI if PW1Ik uht Urt Imy and E1pck sd Wtll 1j1 lfel1ndt rCrt Jorsl 16 j i r r ittf og Ir IAIi 4 f b jjjjjjjjj J i11OWNJ UUO IIVI U vrJ qU wLocal Happonlngs or Interest Th Freshest and Latest i 11flArJfad rle T rlel e c1l 202 to get the best meat ofalllcinds lFqit ALE Ten 3year old 1IA1Iles P W H freacbman Fox SAL6 good work b1i Campbell Bros jet steak at all times at Carpenters opposite Tapps stable F0R SALE Two good Jersey ilk cows S P Derringer Mr and Mrs Frank Peters are rejoicing over the arrivall 6f a 89fl fas SALE 200 bushels of Orchard Grass seed at f160 per bushel Ji L Brady r1Ih4oniclal prOved dip Use Minors Fluid fiaydbn Bobertsdnll FOR jSALE One good brood jaajrevand 1 good work horse mijlel S M Campbell Rhode IslancL Red eggs5Oo- tper setting t t Mrs G Wash Tucker pPhe bank being in my build ing does not jInterfere with my 3 business at all come right in j Mrs Williams J QRSAL5 brood sows dae- flrrowMazcb 1st i i W G Grundy 12 rooms for rent on Main street Apply to tt A SQarnpbei1 t IIirfed outh I ggSlprMr S B Derringer i tFORRENT Brooms on first dor barn andL orchard 10 a montb Abpye gradedachpol Mrs Saute Epperon L FOR SAL Square piance ieason for selling is lack of room for it Apply at this office fc Goto Carpenters meat market to get good meati Born To Mr and Mrs Heffc ernan Rubel on March 7th a daughter FOR sALEt400 bushels off qice Orchard Grass Seed at 160 per bushel Uall at onc lI Li A Burns Rhode Island Red eggs for sale 1 and 2 per setting from pen yard SOci sr Mrs J I Martina Pure Pekin Puck eggs for sale at oOc vpr setting l CARDNEIKIRK r r 4 ht 1 FOR SALE 400 bushels machine cleaned goodheavViplumpe- arlyplack seed oats j P S Balber TaUt to Mrs Williams about your new Spring suit and skirt She will handle a smart line orc hand tailored goods at the right prices The sale of Mr L Wise on last Saturday was well attended a dI property generally sold well Mr Wise and bis family willc moyeto Louisville in a few days When you order White Rose and Ben Johnson flour you favor yourself and vournefghbor T rJMiler proprietor of Willis burg Roller Mills See what Mr W T Chmon Sec i Kv Sheep Breeders gfB clation says about MinqrsiFluid as a dip In free bopkletjat our stare aydon Robertson We have a splendid line of shirt waists perfect fltnobby and uptodate in every respect The bes t ever in town sde them they are selling1 every dav f Mrs Williams SWEET CLOVER SEED sow in with wheat rye or in pastures in March with oats in April or harrow la by itself in April o May Seed 15 measured bushel r Bokhara Seed Co Falmoutb Eyqf The ladies ot the Pleasantt Grove church will servea d c Tier County Court day id March T4ie ladieS of Pleasant Grove ex cell1n the preparation of an tx eellent dinner and doubtless a large crowd will reward their efforts this time 2i Mioic- s5Q3 i 0 M I i exl IioutIi are when No chatgeaii I AbL WORK if- t Done in this office Is firstclass 6 i in every tespfct and just as ad ivertised I iiW YSTALLARD D D1SSsf I Springfield Ky g = MMfI MMMt We have in new tailored hats readytowears and untrimmed shapes j ready for you come in Mrs Williams Ask your Live Stock Inspec tor about Minors Fluid Ail approved dipS that will cure and prevent scab and lull tcks and lice AtJIaydon Robrtsons FjuRTiLiZEB The Fish and Potash brand made to grow tobacco We vil1 have a carload March 1st Ccme and see us in im McClure Mayes Report of Mackville Sigh School for month ending March PupIls enrolled during month 127 average attendance 191Ij highest attendance any one dayI 17 lowest attendance any one day 82 Spring term begins prospects bright J H Moore Principal Fo SALEA 2yearold atal ion bright sorrel flax mane and tail by Mokb Pearl and out of a Goldust mare 15 hands audi inch high 3 miles North of Spungfield on the Willisburg pike J E WHEATLEY Springfield Ky Holiday Trial The trial of Erastus Holiday charged with the murder of Tow Ward on the day of the Novem ber election 1901 at Cardwell waxsbegnn Tuesday and ispro gressing rapidly 3e Common wealth closed yesterdayat noon and the testi on v for the defense was begun at 1 oclock ndI at 430 and argument of counsel begun Runaway Horse I What mighthave been a serious runaway occurred on last Saturday afternoon when the horse of Ed Goatley ran off The hortje was hitched to a post on Main Street and Mr Goatley and his baby are sitting iq the buggy The horse pulled back ild broke the rein Mn Goatley attempted to bold him by pull ing the lines when be discovered hat the horjse had broken the bridle Seeing ttit runaway was going to happen he jumped with the baby to the ground just as the animal dashed off It ran around to Walnut street and then dashed up into the yard ofthe Christian church overturning the buggy It then dashed out the ally byMr G W Noes sh dragging the Over turned buggy which was badly damaged before the horse was caught at Mr Geo Cafcletts barn Aside from a few scratch es the horse was unhurt Notice All persons having claims againstj the estate Of Mary A Rowe deceased will present same to me properly proven on or before Mareii 15 1911 John W G rdon Admr Jr2000uihe1s White Seed Oats For sale grown from northern seed thatcosi 100 per bushel These oats made over 60 bushels per acre They are recleaned and free ftom weed seed of any kind Bagstsfree ReedSpading wy Ip Wanted Water ellsWe bave an up todate drilling machine and are prepared to drill water wells from 50 ft to 500 ft orres pondencje solicited Address S G Longabobgh St Marys Ky roLEIIOm TAK u 1dg PriIPaspala- Eicen J 1t1r Luna Etsen wife oj Mr Fred Eifien died at her hoWe in Louisville on last Sunday even lug of typhoid fever She was a pegefwell Utown hero where site had many friends She was marritkl I to Mr Eisen on May 18 IVpQ Hagan Mr Ralph Han aprqminent citizen Of Nelson County dW at his home near FaIrfield cfrn last Thursday nightbff heart trouble 1Mr Hagan was 82 years Jot age and allis long residence bf Nelson County He was a farmer and stood high in publiC qstima tion in this county He leaves three children one of whom is Mrs S 0 McGill of thisVounty Burial waD atFaIrfieldSaturdy V Ford Rev Father Ford w io for several years has been stationed at St Rose died last week in Washington of paralysis froa which be suffered a first stroke several years ago and waS afterwards partially paralyzed Ete was born in New Jersy Itoy 26 1872 and entered the novitiate at St Rose While at St Rose he was known as brother Eva cinthandw s distinguished as a musician Be was anelognent speaker and was highly regard edat St Rose Barker Mr James Barker died at hia home near Feuwick ott ast PriI day of paralysis from cbich heI suffered a stroke abouta year ago Mr Barker was d llifelong resident of this county Where he was born on July 18471 HH2 fatb9rriMI John Barker was one of the countys leijimgcjUi zeus When quite a young njan he was united iin marriage to MiSS Serelda Hyattwho with several children survives Mr Barker wasoce of the countys prominent citizens and was a than of mpst uptight life He was member ofthe Baptist church and during tbe wtible of his life took a prominent part ID all church wrk M a citizen Mr Barker wasenteiprising and took an interest IDt welfare of the county As a neighbor hewac always fOUtidready to extend a helping hand He was a successful and Industrious farmer and delightedin making his honte anome in every sense of the word j Funeral services wore conduc ted Sunday at the Springfleld Baptist church by Rev W H Williams and burial yas inPleas ant Grove cemetery jf rdofTh boor4 We desire td thIritOur many friends for their manymaniftfsta tions of kindness during the ill ness and death of our husband andfathet Mr J D Barker Mrs Barker and Children l Two Prisoners Caught Lebanon1Ky1 March 7 Sheriff John L iJur nlate this afternoon recaptu George and i John Johnson whQescaped from tbeMarloncount jail on the night of Februar 19 Theyt were captured at the t their brcltherinirwl Uriah Richmond residing in tpe Bradfords yule vicinity The Sheriff nadjan inkling the jail breakers neyerjleft the cpunr ty and was expecting to get t them most any time Te John l sons were tried and coo icted of murdering John Rodm m here having been givera lifes term in thepenitentiaryfnd th county offered 200 reward for their captpre if I Sheriff Bprton and Deputy Torn Stayton will jjUke tne jim soners to Frankfort in the morn IDgi L t Five arfCr Sale One 6year ovI hay mare one 7year old bay opre in foal ouE smooth mouth paddle mare1 8 year old bror ijijOily gjUd one cheap mare A l broke to drive and work i BYON PARKS i Fruit and I hade Trees r Strawbeirrpy P1ntll Asparagus Blackberries Rasp cerriesRosesrRbubard etc Write for free catalogue We have no agents HfHilI JineieriSoii LexhJtoD Ky JF PER9ciJAeb Those who attended the fun- eratof Mr Ralph Hagn at Fair held were Mr and Mrs S C McQillv Misses Mattie McGiil Kate Cain Mrs JG Shadier Nlra Torn Conway and Messrs alPhjMcGill MtRobert Graham who ep reseifsa New York firm is at home Messrs Lon and John Barker of elson county were called hojAe by the deatbcof their father Mr Jas Barker Dr J H Lamptonspentaiew days this week with ttfs sister at Sanora Ky Mrs E S Mayes and son Finley have returned from PJorida BowlingG 1BiyleSaturday frL NArnold who moved with ills family one year ago to Bendersonville will return in a few days to make Jiis home here Dr R C McChord was in Springfield Friday Rev G S King and family of Elizabethtown are here this week c Miss Mabel Price has returned from a visit to Mr Gentry Wright at Danville Mr G D Duncan is in Cin cinnati this week Messrs Rv Goodin and Logen Bpsley of Lebanon were in town Sunday Mr R Y LrooI Leban on was here last week MrT WJUi Robertson has re turned to Louisville after spend big several weeks at home Mr Ralph McGill pi Louts vile was called home by the death of his grandfather Mr t Ralph Hagan Messrs Evan Hagan Louis spenton9dyihis Messrs Joe Bishop 0RPbaup and M Sturgeon spent Sunday in Louisville Mr LaCompte of the Planters House is ill vyith pneu monia Mr WH McCauley and wife were here Saturday Miss Isabell Medley of Nazareth is spending a few days Iin town Mri Thomas is spending this week in Cincinnati making his Sprlngpurcbases Miss Nannie Simnis who has been with Miss Willie Knott for severall years will be with Mrs Williams this season She in vites all her friends and patrons to call and see her Miss Sophia Hertlein i visit ing her brother in Louisville fcJr a few week after which silo willj salt for Germany Hon JoW lS Clements of Louisvilleia here this week Mr Conrad Hertlein of Lou isville is the guest of relatives here A l Mrs E L Dayison has gone to Spa tansburg N 6 to visit friends Miss Nannie Ray Thurman of brotherIJDdKeI Mr Jesse Robinson and wife of Louisville Wf re called here last weekby the death of Mr Jo D parker Mr Leq HaY Qn left yester l 0IHbns T Scott Mayes LH Thurman wb Glaybrooke and Marshal Duncan were in Louis ville Friday Mr Ovun GooCloe visited his grandmother Mrs Owens in Danville last week V J Mr Foster Ceayer isthe guest of his sister ihfLebanon this week 1 J reS10 by with an apprveddlp Minor st j Fluid is an approved dip Sold by Haydon R itssAn army of approximately 20000 men representing all branches of the aervice1s- mobi lizing aloof the Mexican border of the United Staten It is oft cially stated and the Administrai j tion made special efforts t6 sub stantiate the statement that the soloI pUrpose of this unusual mobilization was ib4 conduct maneuvers on a grand acalafoj hip training of oMcer4and mn Ir t tIr i f jlI SPRING S1iNEs- I I 1IN + I Ladies Tailored SuitsS i aaniltl Sfeate I I Iu r Now being shown aft this storeIJJ i Jis I IJ 5 We have a few of the winter style in Ladie ai1 0 J fJt tI i a tjA I JP v to400 i 1 DfysfOnej New Wall Paper Carpets Rugs Liholeuhit Mattiiii 1 j Curtains Special low prices T r il I I IIpdtWmdowShades rIII j md EmbroiIerks Iof Tobacco Canvas tat owest price Wf IITHE ROBERTSONGLftYBRffiKPTi t L INCORPORATPD iiI u 44 L i MADE IGOOD AS A coot ThOld Lumbrjnan Get Supper Without the Lsast E ort Noradajys a cook Is provided fot each camp said the old lumberman who has vfofked on the St Crolr the Penobscot and the St Jqhn but la my days of lumbering wet ok turn a week at a time or one n an would make all the bread another the Jia and coffee and o n through the bill of fare Once In awhile gemerally fore theyd got licked Into their reg Jar winter mold some fellow would kick against the routine hes beeol hired to 0o something else or Shed be hanged if hed cook anyhow Then there were ructiOns I remember one little rebellion that began Jot and roaring and died down Into a laugh nil round thanks to an tnt genlous old soul all quiet good nature and tat Tfricle Ned we called him We got back tq camp one nlgbtto neariyoutiipdootblngtrendy and grouty as sometimes Happens In the best regulated crews Each In turn declared hf wiuJfdnt be cook and It looked like u supperless night till Un cIe Ned pokeu In his quiet way Deari me says be what a time about cooking Why Its the easiest thing In nature to get supper Now boys If youll all wait on me Ill be cook They all agreed This being set tied Un ie Ned sat down on a spruce chair and llet bis assistants have It Now Dick said He the brat thing for you to do Is to get a little wo iland startup the fire Isaac just step down to the brook jM4Youunder way wash a few potatoes find get em ready to puten when the pot bolls Now jJake you cut a few sUces of pork and put it on over the fire to fry But Uncle Ned we all shouted to perltYt as ever I was to get supper but you were Jo wart upon me Tom i81d be y ud better get the dishes ready We kicked some but Iwjis rio use wed agreed to walt on hlmTf hed be cook When everything was ready for supper there the old man still sat in his spruce chair hadnt stirred an iMchl Dear inS dear me said behere I have got supper and twas one Qt thbJ easiest things In the world We were caugbt smiled the oid j lumberman and we sat down to super In good temper and ever afterwarji iwe had Usda Neds proposition for a byword wed agree to do any living thing provided we could be waited upon Youths Companion Nft Use For Thsm watched your sister fixing her ha the other day said MrsNa and 1 must say shes not the ma- flned person In the world No2 replied her husband aj4ierehrWell she retorted wItS ful sniff youd never se piouthfuit of hairpins hot course not4 he SM would you want with olDs2icatIlo1lc tand tftThe Villain i5he two sets of jiHt alike but see banth oUr extra work os the aid the tw actor who alw hotvy villain In baa to have ttJ who I expert ferent leUot t rombtnation W teeth bat lI usu peraaU tlestt IB to er303 YOll WOU- rteeT It tortbsp dVtO Tiliia uer l tirrw i j i I Ifyotilifee I T1jijsIt tj i 1 into u rattrctrr aa gaze oij the pptiZng cak r confecfioiierThey look good MIi ar pIoSL- I Th rWilJ iflike l J f1l1 1 i f tiungryi fSi Jifj J II and If you taKc some home tie fai jit iI i you Everhingfrom LowwfyV CUc k4 1t 44r specialmincepie is the but of its KmdwiMt sM well madatd perfectly deliCious rI fk f f 3 v I 1IL c aI r Q 0 If I FARM FORSALE IIINI SPENCERaCOUNTY i on o uthvillte and Little Mount Tun 7 Herripridfe Ution oit L S R JlJ riTaylor rille The farm cooHtte of IIfrom 96 Aofe Sr- I h 80 acres are in timber Imp 6i i with two story frame oUse large barn butboildiMf fcii i wit well watered Premise occupied by oAr Daniel W Jobi wr be glad to shojIs farm to prosptcIye J ll1IIIs See this plscj Bi urther parUculara Ii ALKa t I Wryt tu I IV 1rr r r J Ht THE NESLEADI IT 7w J 7 UIurnTYoFMAN t PEOPLE r w111 t inirbti as Is S iII et1r A r titrlMil 4iT it dsfly FomiRlilt Pier ID 1St r aza orklac tt may 1IS- 3r IoiW t i km I n ecpt- ir tbe ZPFSO S a k is v d urS tlttT will MlaCkaC wotd titer U tM maMe- IQ J i u4 ix1 tat tlwlr ityesaast t MaweNDt t Is l te I 1atall issi tcr ibaM and 4 ii wsv t look alto cIA1Ir ifltJMy Ii f s aN 4IMrtr ud aY Iiyd hapPUr tUT 7i The Q1UiapOL it perfeet1T Ms Knr IIM iqicksiSil On a few jr r r i MIi1M1I HIwl M a bIaSbiDd sad wits who tw k ioas obitbad 4 iudvi7 tMt iPthi i3- 4ri Rh amMhot D I knew l w tIf JookI like tW aaai wlfs tJMM CMItI t ai ell eIj si thMth tk ips aWl carJcJl ka f N4 Ilk t pttlt1ttd t s 01 tht hd W the iI M hid biiSIItI Jt jjML i jaiitiir ttfaic tMt biereets Ie U 1 JAJ tMt j3ookaNkskaY th i r slu J aa s4MMtlm a tell jji5 kaeta aeeik away what aiteam ft 1 s will be 1k41790 hYS I know sIi 1t a iW wIstP t i ont f I e Mt eaa I fdigeee a calf ilrt i ml esp X o tk eW a tkla about J keb er ktWetr lit I know iiJ1 th Milea prO Who oE1d be yr M kaY pJita ria it expeeet f tIM1t ot e e wkp aIcl ltiav4 raeu t jmtiiBi Mer te life Its all U the j tf war tMr think yon tawwrojr pelt t NJte y d Aet Mievt that t l 4 I WMTS MAN SHE PAID FOR r j i t ftew ywPI Aka a Cemmls t i W er e Hela Imwilirant e That k tf t She Can Marry Him rirr ifIIi risialufirr Williasas expects an i e Mtere Kiiw s feoii at Sills Island i wh tk iHpecton pIckl eut ftjkusky i i r L JljliniBUBpi t TrSts and JaeWk1m i Ibr UM arrival StbM flancee 7 KDe eaIoeri received a letter E JM a 7c woawa of Jeraey city t irte 4eMrts i kerself U am orphan f tweatyetfkt years oM who hitd tot I vwfc alTaif Itfetipe tar my exist fibe wrote tkat she received A latter asya1 eEke qo from k re c auln hr naUve city saying f t Mttf sfceir W aed him thg price t 41 J licliiek wouW cross the sean MrihiMM rnItl that the mu was a jJinmiJTr ad tealtky She sent a e cssMab Ueket for qeionthe I t W tier HM Yft4erU d which ar IffJi i ho other afcfct from Antwerp Iv AIM M1eorar4 tao tealthl uIic St tad solee S111 Im cwb areatlahaa1dthat tiMM JIM reWlTti fai cOUJ1u1had I IMM 4i sdm as soon af he arc the xaarriag She I rired a frejrfat t wWu the aloeiker lae e1fand t AI jukilHit eeMMieetoBir to hqld him 09nllitI 09nll J Pas eq UKI Nleelee Exkcution Overeame vn4 Nearly KIHed I fjfeeUWr ef Iran NerveJ t t Jfc LeeMres oak oa the experi i e ee dt UM Gaccom royalist the 9tem tzn English version off wkkk has J tappiredws first fMiiilsinl fet raxto 1OfDears ago aijK te juiryrUtic that it was not inuuiMt4 iMtora lilt De Bftz was MM et tke straaceet figures of the i Freaek MTeltkiba He Is said jto have I f nH4th1 sioea wesithia bringing Hrufl KBO the Tenfolutlon tjt lary jeaieai aM la crippling jfinance SaM HUM ka4 soaeh ta dewlth the end t e UM k tek ry There was pne tel git rfWel eieat ef the executions pro 4tecta jail of Robespierre thus MTU4 Q H Lewtre IB this vpl iJ1t A eertaJa ai ef treat xtrength t nad JMirfcitM rrf if thoee athletic nejple WSWBC all Hucele and OM xrres wtgerei that he wouv i wtek tJM cMCUtloB at clow quarters t wIthout Btoealxx Whether he stood Trtta OM eeieenUoiMr set I do not 9 Iit heW Fer a lopg time ji bore It un aired het when little Nicole cam iuaeaJfold and arranged her Milt the plank and said gently r to UM MMfftioaer Monsieur shall I A fee ati rifl ike thatr his head swam a4 JIM sI Bki failed him his Immense Jtfwctk pte way aad he fell g jrewU YoramoD1eht i sgkbeadandw iihtAttr Ja1M dow1l Ct t 4yI OF A SOUL r DMONTRATION 1- 4r IHIWCULCD BY WR1TIR fcqrimtrt ii Dr MIaeda1I ii eric In Wt hlnf DyfnV Per v MW Dclt rMl InciHwIwIv arid KK to Be Taken r1 is4y Thor unpopular BOtSen that the iwht of the living body Is less than f ttet of the dead one says a writer mI tie Lancet IB a recent Issue of the Pioneer Mafia cotreBpondCBt discuss i ei this question in connection with tie behavior of a crocodile which heI mkct dead while It was basking asleep oa a quicksand When shot the crocodile began to glak and almost disappeared before It could be reached The correspond eat is clearly inclined to accept the popular nplon of an increase JD weight at death but for the fact that recent experiments undertaken by some learned authorities in America havo proved that a dead body was lighter then a living one From this they the learned authorities deduce that the soul had a definite weight In pounds ayoirdupola It is possible with the experiments tw which the correspondent of the Pifjnef JfaU r fers They were made and recorded a few years ago by Dr Duncan Maedougall of Haverhlll UaM Patients were weighed is the act of dying The scales used record ed any increase or decrease beyond the flftkof an ounce not a particu larly delicate instrument for estimat ing the weight of that part of the liv lag body Which is usually regarded as immaterialLand Imponderable In the first of a series of six ex- perIments Dr Maedougall placed a man dying from pulmonary iubcrculo sis oa the scales The patient lost weight at the rate of onesixteenth of an ounce per mfnutc until the moment of death when the beam end drop pad with an audible stroke showing a sudden decrease of three quartera of La ounce in weight What Ijajs the cause of tthe sudden decrease Dr lossItents of the body by evaporation of other natural meads concluded that the marked and sudden decrease was due to escape of the soul substance soulIoneIweighing threequarters of an ounce The experimenter extended bis ob servations to dogs but the results gained were negative At the moment of death the dogs body refused to show any alteration in weight We are ot the opinion that the correspondent of the Pioneer Mall in seeking to explain the disappearance of the shot crocodile in the quicksand need not take his learned authorities toose riously Dr Macdoug lla observa peculiarfthe part of his friends who assisted kim At least the scales used by other investigators have refused to reveal any sudden diminution In thCf weight of the body at death texmIeolation have ceased but in a more strict ssnsrthe death of the body gradual the muscular system fpr lIsI stance being really alive some hours aftervthe apparent death of the indi yiduaL Tired Watche Christian H Strobe a St Louis Jew leIer speaking of watches said J I suppose you dont know that watches like human beingstt sometimes dont go for the very reason they are tired out and need resting Sometimes awatch Is brought to me which Is all right Nothing about it Is out of order and it is fairly clean When they become sulky and refuse to run except by tits and starts the beat thing to do Is to lay thorn aside for a good rest The mechanism of a tired watch seems to be In perfect condltlonbut it Just wont work The fact Is that long and faithful service has thrown it slightly out of adjustment in perhaps a dozen plates Scraping and clean tag and readjusting a fine watch is the worst thing that could be done to it A months rest will cause the works slowly to readjust themselves and at the end of that time after care ful oiling the watch will go as cheer fully as ever Happy t103 William Head who yesterday celebrated at Windsor Workhouse his hundred and third birthday when asked if he would like to go for his psual walk into the village of Old Windsor replied No thank you As this my birthday I prefer to spend It at home He looks upon the workhouse as his home and spent a happy day there He rose at 7 oclock lad had his usual pipe before break Then the master brought him gsents of tobacco which had ar him For dinner the oM man beef vegetables and bread the afternoon with his he workhouse and having k tea went to bed at 7 DaIly Mall uua1l7 One d tom d = SHE WAS NO THIEF YET THE lANK REFUSED tQ CASH HER CHECK IhHaGIa Lot of Excellent Identifica to Offer kut They Did Not Satisfy tliti Haral Hearted Payinf Teller You will have to be identified before I can cash this chock for you madam you mean thatl had to prove that lam the lady whose lame is written on the check Yes maam You are a stranger to me you know Do you know any one in the bank tNo 1 dont but I know a lady whose hut band Is president of a bank in Detroit and ODe of my cousins is cashier of a bank In Louisville I have som of my visiting cards In my purse an lO here Is8 little news paper clipping about the death of an uncle of nine whose name is the same that mlnej was before I was married He was my fathers brother and That would hardly serve as an identification You would have to bring someone here who knows you I hope you dont think that I am trying to get something that doesnt belong to me Do 1 lopk like a person who would come Jn here arid try to get money on a check that wasnt mine I can tell you jjust exactly hat and where I got that check It was sent to me as u birthday present by an uncle of mine who always sends me something on my birthday because his birthday and mine comes on the fery same darThls year he wrote that he would send me the money arid let me get something for myself andI have his letter right here in my shopping bag Wont that Identi fy me I am afraid not r Why not As I say dp I look like a thief Youd better be a little care ful In regard tq your insinuations sir 1 have lived in this city 25 years tll3 Then you ought to know someone iho could identify you In this bank Dont you know someone In this part of the city who could identify yo- uAI cant think of anyone I used to known Mr Saul Smith who repaired watches In tile next block but he died a year or two ago aDdOh I think that a friend Qf mine named Jones Mrs W B Jones has an account here Yes she has You bring her here with you and it will be all right You dont mean tQ say that I have to go and get her and drag her in with me to say that she knows me before you pay me that taoney Of all things I cant do that for she has gone to Bermuda for a month Isnt It enough that I know her and that I know she has an account here Do you think that I IIia liar If my husband or my brother 0 here Is a little tintype picture of myself taken on the beach brie day last summer Wont that do as an identifica tion You see that I haves on the same chain and locket that 1 have qn iD the picture and the same dreSs skirt v JThis is no Identification madam for vff Td like to know why It Isnt Theres the picture and hero am I What more do you want And here Is a letter in my bag that I am Just going to mall to a sister of mine llv Tngout west You can see that the handwriting on the envelope Is the same as that on the back of the check where 1 have written my name fll am afraid ItmeanstXbe under stand Just what ideriti fled for j I understand it means a lot of bother arid red tape and it Implies that a lady is a thief If she cannot drag in three or fpur people to take oath that she isnt Ill have you to know that I stand as yell In the corn munity In which I live as any lady In St and my family connections are good enough for me to be a member of the Daughters of the American Rev olution for both of my patents had ancestors at the battle of TJunker Hill and mother was a direct descendant of one of the first governors of VIr glnia and yet I cant gpt a check for 10 cashed here without trailing In a Jot of people to swear that I am who I amv and Why Mr Grigsby Is this you J didnt expect to meet you 1 never washere until this morning when I came IA With a small check to be cashed Identify meO thank you Mr GrlgsbyPuckShe Doesnt four room suit you Norah nl have a low light put in If you wish and Ill give you my rocker and a nice lace curtain arid let you havo an extra afternoon Indade maam I couldnt think dv stayln The wOrk do be hard an me health that dliiket I miisht goat once me brotber do be takln me to the seashore tomorrow the hate is too much fer me yBut what shall I dp No cook and all these bparders Would 10 suit you better than tAh Mis Soaks you know me wake nessme third always said me heart was that softan to tlesart you in the time avistress Ill shtay Yes Ill go back to mo kitchen hate or no hate an buckle to an the victuals will be litigant the p rDoDt bp scared its all right an Ill put up wilt the curtain but I would be glad oft yet roclter Its style strikes me an the cxtry afternoons an betther toilet soap nn thetin dollars Ill take off me bat but ye came by the skin of a balr to losin me maam Argonaut ItNRJS WHO DIED UNHONORED mon Soldier Described Plan of ittlq to Napojeon Who Probably Lost a Marshal ng one of the Italian campaigns eve 01 great battle a common stepped out of the line as they Id wIth the old republlcaa lib kd said Citizen general I pw you will beat them tower id he beganto describe a plan tons on swiftly Interrupted hunt t you scoundreU Thq sol describing word for word j own plan of battle which it else was utterly unsuspected byj i after the battle he sent fo- rtha had noted his regi found that the great talent dr in the simple form of a he had probably lost a r NURSING BOTHERS show the tfcjnefieial eff fects of Vj f ScOtlsEmUlsiOn In a very shdrt tlmjd It not only builds o rp but enriches the mothers milk and properly ur iishes the child- Nearlyal l mothers who nurse their cmldren should take this splendid food tonic not cfnly to keep P up their ovntrength but to properly nourish theirl children roe natE Dy 4FDnUGGj Send sims of paper and this ad for our beautiful Barings Bank OhUdi SketchBook Zash bank conia1na Oopd luck Pennyr- SCO r JtaVfKE 4oa foilIStNcw York QUICK EYES OF THE WOMEN They Have Extraordinary Faculty for Seeing Many Things and Taking In Every Detail 1Women have th moat extraordinary faculty for se la great many things at once Ft r Instance they will remember every Detail of a persons dress manner j id personal appear ance even to fJ44 color of the hair and eyes alter af mere glimpse This power Is rate with men In general though some have cultivated it The gift belongs preeminently to women however who will often without ef fort take away tlje most vivid Impres stone of peoplet hey have traveled with for a short time only and havo never spoken to or of people they have met by chance In the street Womens eyes Weed to be as keen ail they are klndlyp In her household all depends on them Woman is the first to Notice aiy little rift within the lute of honi1 life and failure in the health of thdpe she loves and has the care of anjjf lapse from the ac customed any rouble unexpressed that Is making any one unhappy More delicately balanced more sensitive than man her nature receives 1m pressions which to those of a differ ent perhaps coarser fiber would aim ply have no existence Her intuition ts at times divine 1e eyes of Aood woman How renly how clearly how truthfully the look out on 1ff Hosy pleasantly on those they guard Happy the homes that dwell In peace and secur itity beneath the lloving care of a true womans eyes T4 HOW ROGER GOT HIS START 11DryGOOdature of His Employer A Jsl1 daybyan amusing carture of himself done in pencil tft Good odt1 he Ilaughed thats excellent WhoSdid IU A young eSesman at the linen counter He snatched It off as you passed the oUjgr Iriornlng I man aged to get It fiim him and now ties scared stiff f fear youll see Itwas the laughiig reply care4 stiff is he1 said Mr Stew art with a twlnkle in his eye Just send him to me will yout enteredIhe understoo he had been sent lor gravelyapdh youdoj Thelaagre pale and stammere- dII beg your sardon slrrlt was only a hit of fun meant no offense That h alh very well but youll t have to give ttjp your Job here The youth humbly protested when Mr Stewart burst out laughing andI boyImcellent and as it would be aID to keep a man of your artistic talent hInd a linen counter propose to supply you with the means to study art Mr Stewarts proposition was grate fully accepted and It was thus that John Rt Rogers the sculptor began his artistic career Lord D4ngiama Oratory We have nobrator in the least like Lord Brougham since the close of Everythinghatpearance manner and voice were con cerned she hady dgne to prevent him from being a treat orator and yet a great orator be undoubtedly was I wonder what the house of lords Just igeeeticulatedwas in the hablt of doing But It was impossible to listen to Brougham and pot be carried away by the force of his intellect Jjy his torrent pf rords by the sudden whirl and eddy of his rapid illustrations and by the longer andteposesionally flowed From Justin Me JCJarlhys Remlniscenses r HlIi Still Inquiring Fourteen ypara ago when ThomaS Cooper living on a farm two mlleff from Lexington Mich was thirteen years old he began walking Into the Iowa every day and asking for mall at thf post office Thomas is now twenty seven years old and he has not missed one single week day in all those years Regularly every morning be has taken the fourmile walk and he is still M it It mayaM be stated that he has not up to tbisi date received a smgle letter but ho1s not discouraged He- believes one will come for him some day even if if is only a dunning let tT tl Cnccknmtetl A I am yeryorrytciseeyou down arid out old man HDW did you came to this cQndttlen Ityr rtedou to astonish the world IffAnd then- Instead the world astonished ne LARGE FIGURES IN ALASKA Labor Receives High Wages UpTherej but Correspondingly Big Prices Are Demanded for Produce 4 Alaskan suit Is spread with a thick mat of moss This must be burned plturlstswlthe miners at stunning prices can plant their seed and hustle through their crop ere the short summer Is over It Id absolutely essential to burn this moss If it is plowed under elements of the moss inimical to agricultural plans spoil the crops The Alaskan farmers have invented a shal tow plow with which they loosen Tip the moss and prepare It for the match Farming Is expensive in Alaska with hired hands getting 6 to 750 a day But on the other hand hay soils for to 100 per ton and strawberries at 125 to 2a quart J PRickert who has a greenhouse in Fairbanks Alaska sells tomatoes at 50 cents to ft a pound ancf cu bers at 2 to 5a dozen It Is hard to generalize about what wilT grow in Alaska because the cli mate is so di versified1 with almost continuous rain mild winters and fair ly cool summers along stretches of the south coast and short hot sum xqers with moderate rainfall and se vere winters In the Jnterlor yallgys The frozen tundras of Jthe north are out of the question for agrlcuturo4- At Kadiak off the south coast the minimum temperature was two degrees last winter To find and develop things which will thrive in Alaska the department of agriculture has thiyse agricultural stations at feitka Rampart and Fairbanks and a dairy farm tit Kadjafc oa the south coast One impediment to agriculture in Alaska Is the big black ravens C C Qeorgeson the government specialil agent ill charge complains In his an nual report that the birds have an Insatiable desire to destroy anything they believe useful to man They tore up his strawberry plants and he calls them a veritable Curse Among the plants which t rlveln Alaska are currants gooseberries raspberries salmonberries radishes lettuce and a strawberry hybridized with a native variety at Sltka cer fain early maturing varieties of win tar and spring wheat and rye spring barley spring oats and spring emmer at Rampart potatQs oats and other hardy grains at Fairbanks Barleys imported from Pamir in Central Asia and from Takoutskr Siberia maturedI at Rampart in 7 and 88 days respec I tively CHINESE MOTHER WAS STERN Anecdotes About Chcung and Her Son Whom She Had Beaten Win He Was an Old Man L1 Kingyoungs mother was caned Cheung writes a correspondent of the North China Daily News She was by nature no Iessstern thanjntel llgent She was early left a widow with a son whose education she per sonally directed Behind Itfe family residence was an old wall One da this wall fell down when under IC foundation was discovered mos y enough to sink a ship The mother then blessed heaven and said I have heard that wealth got without labor can bring only misery to the person who receives It Heaven because of my departed husbands virtuous life has pitied me in my poverty and dealtt liberally with me I desire however only that my orhan son may learn and attain unto perfect understanding I will not touch the money She therefore issued orders that the colDs should be covered and a housebullt on tho sp6t Her sopi LJ Klngyeung subsequently becam an official and even whet whitehealed he did not allow the tqjtaotal of Chitsai and when one of the soldiers opposed him he ordered that the man should be beaten to death The army was enragad and on the brink of revolt His mother in the- inner apartments heard or the tfbuble and straightway came forth into the judgment hall There she made her SOD stand up before her and fiercely upbraided him 1 cTho emperor she said has inj trusted you with this great trust but you have usurped hlsprerpgative and In administering punlstiment do what yoallst You have caused a man to be beaten to death who has nott been guilty otany crime The harmony ofj the entire district is jeopar dlted You will compoljrour old mother to go down Into the grave laden with shame and disgrace How m reoyer will yqu dare to face your ancestors She then ordered the llctors stlUl ling by who were full of awe at the scene to strip theold official of his robes ind to punish him They beat him on the back until so1Joofthe underl rigs came forward and begged that tl punishment be stayed After a time he was released and the dliaf fected soldiers returned to their aV Jceiance Do GetUp witfi a Lame Back Kline trouble Makes You Miserable Abrlbst cveryon knows of DrKiimers wamDRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy cause of rcniork able health restofiiig properties Swairipjfulfills alhios t every wish in over coming rlffcuaiatisir pain in the kd nes liver bladder and even of the urinary pasfage It corrects iimbihtv to vaterandscaldingpaitiinpassin i it or bad effects follovingnseof liquor wine or beer anti overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many nightSwampRooti for sverytliing but if you haVckidney liver or bladder trouble it will be foundjust the rmedy you need It has been thor oughly tested private practice and has proved so successful that a special ar tangfcment has been made by which readers of his paper who have not nl ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by marl also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to findqutifyouliavekid ney bladdertrouble V1iejiwritingnmehtnrdading otierirtZhiapaierand send your address to Dr iKilnier Co be its Root back part all lipa IeamP4I fiftycentJnua dxcsBinglmxnton nY on every bottle MAKE THE BEST WAITRESSES College Girls Employed to Excluslee1 iiof All 1Hostelry There Is a hotel up in tfie White mountains that has only college girls 11IftYpropri1tornot have any other kind of servants WellesleySmithgfrjs colleges for positions as wait unycandldatesrigorous examination The girls are on duty only for breakfast luncheon and Dinner and have the rest of the day absolutely fiee As the onajbrity dismaDYHh their parents they have abundj time to do tutoring in the summer anti make large fees in that way General Wentworth is satisfied with thq arrangement and usually encourj moneythey guestInvably a F superstition said Wentworth a colf lee education unfits a girl tor effl dInt work but this Is nonsense r have had experience with all kinds ot servants and if J am given my choice girlNgtto her work better than the ordinary servant but nir work is much more otwIdea of the place of work In the w9rid iRR TIME WORTH 64 ADd lJJ Woman Called Upon to Dig peep for Uttle Accommodation 1Ii know a woman that Is I have a peakl acquaintance ewth her over1 th9 telephone whose time must be wprth about 64 for a working day of eIght hours sai4tbe woman From u little bill she sent me the first ott October I have figured that is wha Mi1Iquafnted through her going to an k ndof trouble to deliver a telephone message One afternoon she called rdut our number and asked IIf there WttPnnbody lliving there named iud e My annie is Maude Ito Id riDItq find out whether he Had the right abotuHelloIrj OCJ9CkD Ig bt Be sure tp 1 Hr6ady to Rtarl the minute I get therefore t she could say a word hal had rung off and she set about trying t6 corner a Maude who used her oWn telephone number on anotherex change It took fifteen minutes and she called up seven numbers in all The mcssage was mine and I thanked her gave my full name arid address and offered to pay for her trouble forbademf3IIupon second thopght she mention it herself HercQDchtdedtof 2535 cents for the seven calls and UpoJI juaUon of 64 a day Pretty valuable jtime seems to me i The Natural Deduction His waIstcoat was wpnderfuL His tie was tremulous His socks were positively superhn mantfri order to display which his trous ere were tucRed1 up to a ludicrous height An urchin plucked him by the fjeeve Lost somebodyj guy iorn queriedI thq IOfed contemptuously Cat or dog dead guvnpr queried the youngster dlSjtfncUyCon r see yer trousers at rfmast- iAnser Artificial Camphor There Is in operation in New York factorythecdinpeto in the market with the nab urarsubstance It la maintained that It does not diffeV except In the man ncr of Its origin from that extracted frOm the camphor trees of Formosa i Artificial camphor IB made from 09 sential oils derived from turpentine Chemical the only difference b tween turpentine and camphor Is the possession by oath molecule of the laUer of one atom of oxygen which Is 11proceilstb11II t TInecfourthe of tJie entire sup lit 1aMI l ICE HEAVIER THAN WATEft WateV Frozen Under Immense Pro sure Produces lJce That ruIJNot FloattAll know that Ordlnaryicewill foaL l This relative UShD8B of Ice with To spect to water Is due to expansion of the water at the moment of freezing If water Is frozen urider immense pros bf sure it seems that this expansion Is prevented and Ice heavier than water 5 Is ICIGi10wakilograms Celf pounds and cooled it In solid carbon dloxld snow and finally in liquid air Under these conditions a colorless transparent iqe is formed It is much denser than ordinary ice conseSuentlyit MJInlltense whl e powder The volume of b6 uIU11tvowder is apparently four to eight times that of the original Ice This powder formed by the breaking up of the dense form is nothing more than ordinary Ice in the form of lies t crystals Which of course on furUterj Warming molt at algradeltlxperIment3 TJlIStrqm water at atmospheric pressure and UIeli suddenly cpollng There I would Heverbe a possibility of this ua be stable form of solid water being o 4tlIn natureSunday Magazineitj JorInl ChDdta The kindTouH AlWars tBeam the S + 16ULQ 4 c A 1D lorI r Yea r- CMIQIIII v IIEVERY BUSINESS MAN i1 Recognizes the importance ofondiiCtinga11 Irasih Iiatelephone both and long distance itjs ecooowy in of time and money Unexcelled telephone service asp be I7Iover thp lines of theCumberfatidTelephon Ja dTe feraph par distance cofanections to all iiinpPrtaiitjfeffltBr United reasonabe iervice the best1 CUJIBERLAND TELFHONR TELEGRAPg 6bMP iIncoropt edaJ HI Medin Itealtti wrieM1RufliWard1 ckdfailed ih Jiealthl was tired all the time and did not want to go anywhere care fer1 company HI hadVthe hadche all the time and SUChVgfj pai Itf3and now am in good health TakeCARDIJIJIt 44The Womans Tonic Vfamens ins are relieved or prevented womens strength is quickly restored by Carul thewoBianf took yourself know bestlf youne tIittor 1ott useIti own the hillVi Qonl wait then but begin to take Car lul today lits use iio inatter how prolonged cannot you AI1k1wiJ1 surely do you Write Ladies Advhay Dept Ctt ttawMcr M dM Tnim IMfoaspecAi1nfrectmtauds4auet book TN ytJerw f Vt j ORIGIN Olf YANKEE POODLE Tune Js Be evd to Have Pt rtalnid ib a Country Dice In a Get ran Province Theories oncernmg the origin p the aIr of TanVee Dopdlef have been touchngtheOne of thi most Interesting and it is thought the latest speculationfin ItlJIs cotton dec that tho tune originally pertained to a country daijce of the district of tie former province of Kur f Hesse thai it was called the Schwalm and that the air was also played as a military march by bands warnfIIauthority was struck by their similar ity in form and rhythm tpTTarilfee Itl assumeItbat as nany of the Hessians who served in ca were recruited In tht4 district they carried Yankee Doodl6 with them Yet while this theory may be car etQIIDtoIlong before the HessIan troops tame Mention of It In X newspaper bearing data of September arid itJs traditionally supposed to have en brought t the atteatioa o the colonial army In 1755 Dr Schuckburgh a la the regular British army recommended it to tco- lonials as ono of the most celebrat 1dVj lehbltar1EIsh Dyi qftheDint The tone tIs OermuT and the other1 WelkttMeM teeaiw tI serve the other IBclMMltke BMB or Behold your man Ich Dl av WM the JHot IrJoima king ef bok IlMt tkif4 JHatic 1Pr1n1 ly to tke Wtfckfem Ths otterjt beea More josmiarly et4he comlii ImrMOUtN l Hb MvfW tvetJY1t student ittOk Mt n tt it IMT news te M M Prs tsw4 nlalteJBaUv the ttVi M dry fjj t A = s CASTORIA aUd i s a of it 1 bV u 4 Si J JJThirty local Long States rates t I I nor I I I and YjOu for harm good to 1 t Amen appears 1768r when surgeon s iken f 0 OxyFit CA3TOIRIA T Lipne Ltg 4 1l wI qwi- uMTtkftI bac uid mentos met c l1a1 trwN moBthc It wa so bad teat iraiuldat wale soeicttaies for week 1 iriei dtdon asd ha laruber1leg aM ei heard pf but Aey ckdmsMM atlLtotry S3eaIiiappGcitib Mped two Week41y ws- HUNTznHeMAb AL f c0sr Ah1L 4 Mr11L CtucAir la 4 uei ol atMts4I7Warrestbbury IIUIhU- 4SLOAKS UNDIENT I ritkiquSi trencfadfvc after physical eats tioo wfaoi am orfiaary rubdown lapreuijen SIeiaa ha1aoaarekx p Nerlpaii19I itiftie fa the QitI or joiatl 11 s = Jis DrV Zen I Sloan Jtce 11s VI 1